One of the ways your pets make you feel great is the way they greet you when you come home. Zoe is a big whiner when she's excited. That means she whines when she knows she's going bye-bye and when we come home. She carries on the most when she knows she's going somewhere. If someone only heard her, they'd think we were torturing her the way she WHINES. Really, it can get on your nerves.
My second video is all three dogs greeting Daddy upon his arrival home from work. When I looked at the video on my camera, the lighting was good, but after it's posted, it seems much darker. Is there anything one can do about that? This whole video thing is new to me, so thanks for bearing with me in my feeble attempts! I promise as I practice I'll get better action!
How do your pets greet you? Wet kisses? Barks? A wag of the tail? Nothing is better, especially if you've had a bad day. I can tell what kind of day The Boss has had just by the way he greets the mutts.Or answers the phone. I think we women are much better at reading body language, voice inflections and other unspoken signals from both people and pets, don't you think?
posted by Sandy at 12/02/2007 02:37:00 PM